Employment Law Possibilities Under President Trump

Law360, New York (November 9, 2016, 1:39 PM EST) -- President-elect Donald Trump offered little specifics about employment law policies on the campaign trail, except for his daughter Ivanka Trump’s idea of six weeks of paid maternity and elder care leave, coupled with child care tax benefits. But Trump painted enough broad brush strokes to offer some possibilities. He also energized whites, a demographic group not emphasized since George Wallace’s failed candidacy. That reality points all of us in a starkly new direction for employment law.

Important, too, he chose a running mate who championed a religious freedom law that allowed certain private businesses to discriminate against the LGBT community. Little noticed...

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